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Sustainable Development of Rural Areas
Goncharov V.V., Savchenko M.S. - Review of the monograph by Voronin B.A., Golovina S.G., Chupina I.P. and others. Modern rural cooperation as a complex socio-economic system. Yekaterinburg: Ural State Agricultural University, 2019. 221 pp. (ISBN 978-5-901709-14-16)
pp. 35-39


Abstract: The article is a review of the monograph by Voronin B.A., Golovina S.G., Chupina I.P. and others. Modern rural cooperation as a complex socio-economic system. Yekaterinburg: Ural State Agricultural University, 2019. 221 pp. (ISBN 978-5-901709-14-16). The monograph studying an important scientific issue was prepared by the authors in 2019. In the reviewer’s opinion, it is the first Russian comprehensive scientific research considering the topical legal problems of rural cooperation development in the Russian Federation as a single socio-economic system. The research is based on the set of methods of scientific cognition including analysis, synthesis, comparison, classification, the formal logical and statistical methods, scientific forecasting, etc. The reviewer believes that this monograph fully complies with the requirements of the current legislation of Russia to scientific works of this level, and of great interest both in theoretical and practical contexts. The study can be used as an educational material in the institutions of higher and secondary specialized education (particularly in Bachelor’s, Master’s and specialist’s programmes in economic and law faculties). 
Rednikova T.V. - Green Agriculture as a Branch of the Green Economy: Problems of Assessing the Complex Environmental Impact pp. 37-45



Abstract: According to the ideology of the green economy, any economic activity should be carried out using technologies that cause minimal damage to the environment. The means and methods used by companies to minimize environmental harm from their activities, which seem effective at first glance and are even generally recognized, may turn out to be very ambiguous with a detailed and comprehensive analysis of their impact on the environment. Unfortunately, both abroad and in the Russian Federation, the level of legal regulation in the use of so-called green technologies, confirmation of their real compliance with the declared goals of environmental protection, as well as the introduction of liability measures for relevant violations and unfair competition remains extremely low. Closer attention on the part of society and the state to the existing problem should be realized in the development of appropriate legislation, both stimulating the development of a green economy according to established standards and rules, and ensuring the establishment of proper control over activities falling into the category of green, for its real compliance with the stated goals of environmental protection and conservation of the planet's resources. Of course, alternative energy should take its place in the system of ensuring the energy security of each state. But it is necessary to use its advantages wisely on the basis of legally established procedures for a comprehensive assessment of their impact on the environment, including in the long term. In the meantime, alternative energy, especially in Western countries, has firmly established the reputation of a "green", environmentally friendly industry, which in many cases is fundamentally wrong. The development of new necessary means and methods of legal regulation, along with their legislative consolidation, should play a key role in stimulating the effective development of society in a "green" direction, namely in a non-destructive direction for the environment.
Ivakin V.I. - Sustainable Rural Development and Digitalization: Legal Aspect pp. 39-49



Abstract: This article is devoted to digitalization in agrarian law as one of the important branches of jurisprudence. Along with other branches of law, agrarian law contributes to the life of the state. In this regard, the purpose of the scientific work, this scientific essay, is to further study the relationship between the designated branch of Russian law and these modern technologies, which are not only the Internet, but also various programs, legal reference systems, and other similar products of human activity. Based on the objectives, the author in this text provides an analysis of the methods of application of these technologies, shows their role in the functioning of local rural administrations as important links in the agricultural sector. Since the agricultural sector is not only directly objects where agricultural products are produced. Among them are fields, gardens, farms, summer cottages, meadows and other objects. These are also the territories where the rural population lives, the authorities that manage these territorial entities. In addition, the relevant relations where digitalization is involved are analyzed. This is, in particular, municipal service in rural authorities. In general, the essay gives an appropriate idea of the mechanism of application of digital technologies in the agrarian law of the branch of Russian law, aims at further analysis of relations in these areas of human activity, which in the future will bring the necessary fruits.
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